Welcome to the Cardboard Clubhouse!
So, what is this blog?
this blog is dedicated to my recent dedication and immersement (is that
even a word?) to sports cards. This won't be your typical "look at
these awesome hits" or "watch me break this insanely expensive box"
site. Yes, there may be some of that from time to time, but mostly this
will be an appreciation of sports cards (and some random sports
collectibles). I'll also share cards I may pick up at the flea market,
retail store, card shop, or occasional card show.
Who are you?
name is Adam and I've been collecting since 2012. I collected as a kid
in the midst of the 90s baseball card boom and over-production era. My
first memory of baseball cards is when my uncle bought me some 1991
Donruss. I opened the packs in the drive-thru of the local Hardee's and
remember the first two cards I saw were a Hector Villanueva and a Scott
Radinsky. In the late 2000s, I rid myself of my childhood collection
because I thought I had outgrown it. Since 2012 when I randomly went to
the local card shop and bought a 1974 Topps Willie McCovey error card
and a Beckett price guide, I haven't looked back. I also worked for a
local sports card shop for two years in from 2002-2004 and worked the
shop, the flea market, and sports card shows, all while growing my
knowledge on sports cards and collectibles.
How often will this blog be updated?
every few days. However, I work two jobs and have a family which take
priority over this. If I'm not updating the blog, I'm usually
around on Twitter @bbcardclubhouse
What is the goal of this blog?
main goal of this blog is to have some fun with sports cards and some
random sports collectibles. If you like and enjoy what you read here,
then I've accomplished my mission. I'm just a guy collecting cards (on a
shoestring budget mind you) for the fun of it. My long term goal is to
build this blog with good content on a regular basis. However, as stated
above, it's inevitable that life will get in the way.
How do I contact you? Are you on Facebook or Twitter?
can contact me on Twitter @bbcardclubhouse, by leaving a comment on the
blog, or emailing me at email@example.com. Sorry, no Facebook.
Any closing thoughts?
Yes, whatever you collect, have fun with it.